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Chateau d'Auvers, Auvers-sur-Oise

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Specialty Museum Museum
Chateau d'Auvers dates back to the early years of Louis XIII and provides a historic view of royal France. Inside the castle, wander the lavish hallways and admire the historical art and furniture of those years. Outside, enjoy the French gardens and landscaping. The first terrace at the foot of the castle offers an unobstructed view of the city, the valley of the Oise, and the forest of l'Isle-Adam. The second terrace is confined to the southeast corner in a pavilion gazebo. From the third terrace, you can access an orangery facing a circular basin. A labyrinth of hedges and a collection of old iris complement these features. Plan to visit Chateau d'Auvers and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Auvers-sur-Oise attractions using our Auvers-sur-Oise vacation route planner.
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  • As others have said this is a different chateau experience. Our experience might have been better if the audio guide had been more in sync with our tour. Good idea that needs some work. Too pricy to n...  more »
  • A total surprise: this isn't a museum and there are no original paintings. Instead, you're taken on a tour of the places where Impressionism developed its character. You walk from room to room, each o...  more »
  • Building could be stunning but had a general untidiness which suggested some neglect, certainly from the outside. I can only comment on the outside as the place was shut, even though it was advertised...  more »